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Must See BlackBerry 10 Messages Flow Video From BlackBerry World Keynote

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During the keynote at BlackBerry World we posted the first sneak peak video RIM shared of BlackBerry 10. If you were watching the keynote you may have noticed that RIM actually demoed more on a live BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha device showing off the “Flow” being built into BlackBerry 10 including “rapid application switching, multitasking, and slide view notifications.”

You really need to check this video out to see what it looks like. Personally I am excited because I have been hearing that one of the things that RIM is focusing on in BlackBerry 10 is their core strength of messaging and PIM. I think if they blow those out of the water users will come back in droves.

PS: Did anybody else notice that in the original BlackBerry 10 sneak peak video at the end they wirelessly move the video call from the BlackBerry 10 smartphone to the TV without wires? I wonder if that is actually going to be a feature…

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  1. Yeah, I noticed that feature Ronen and that would be awesome if they brought that to market. However, I believe the media services and the apps/games will be the features that bring back the conumers. People already know Blackberry has the best PIM apps available.

  2. I hope that they drastically improve BIS and give us full IMAP folder management on BB10 devices.
    They did a good job for corporate email with BES for those relying on M$ tech, but there is so much more they can do with direct IMAP/Exchange connections.

  3. very exciting the flow stuff ….. and yet when I view it I think, but of course that IS how it should be, lol!!!

    For me, when something looks that natural and fluid then I know it must be devised darn smartly and eloquently behind the scenes!

  4. so they pretty much implemented the ‘back’ and ‘foward’ buttons without the buttons. That’s pretty cool. To me, those are the two most important ui inputs on a phone.

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